3 NLFT (BM) & 1 KYKL rebel surrender before BSF in Tripura


Guwahati: Three National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) and one Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup on Wednesday surrendered before the Border Security Force (BSF) in presence of Rajiv Kumar Dua, Deputy Inspector General, Sector Headquarter BSF Panisagar and other Senior BSF Officers and Media personnel.

Insurgents namely self-styled sepoy Suku Chandra Debbarma alias Swrang resident of Sonpara, under Mungaiyakami police station under Khowai district, Deba Mohan Tripura alias Dompai and Cadre Pankhichan alias Bura, both these resident of Wakhiram Roaja Para (East Gobindbari under Manikpur sub-division in Dhalai district along with one active insurgent of a Manipur based Outfit “KYKL (Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup)” namely Vidyananda alias Bomocha resident of Khurai Thangjam Leikai village under Porompat sub-division of Imphal (East) have surrendered.    

It is to mention here that during preliminary questioning, one of the above mentioned active insurgent namely self-styled sepoy Suku Chandra Debbarma confessed that he along with NLFT (BM) cadre namely Saruj Debbarma was directly involved in the killing of BSF personnel namely Sub Inspector Bhuru Singh and Constable Raj Kumar as well as snatched their service weapons– one 7.62 mm AK 47 and one 9 mm SMG Beretta of BSF along with Magazines and Live Ammunitions, near Indo-Bangladesh International Boundary in area of responsibility of BOP RC Nath, 64 Bn BSF in early hours of August 3 last.

Suku Chandra Debbarma alias Swrang Debbarma was handed over to police station Manikpur police station under Dhalai district for further investigation and necessary course of legal action as per the FIR lodged in the said case.

“As numbers of Indian insurgents have surrendered before BSF and other SFs, hence it specifies their eagerness to denunciate the path of violence and enthusiasm to live peaceful contented life with their parents, relatives and friends,” the press statement reads.

The BSF Tripura Frontier appeals to all the active insurgents to leave the path of violence and extreme hardships and to join the mainstream for the sake of their future growth.